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cemetery. >>> a man was shot and killed on a busy east baltimore street. roosevelt leftwich has details oar loor police are looking for the help to solve two shootings. police say 20-year-old lorel amos was at the house when the shots rang out. amos was shot i the tweft h-chest -- chest, taken to the hospital and died. late this morning on barrel avenue a 20-year-old man was shot near the end section of elmwood. a young man in his late teens to early 0s was seen -- 20s was seen sprawled out in the street. >> homicide detectives were called because of the seriousness of the victim's injuries. we have no motive. they're busy processing the scene along with people from our crime lab. >> police said they're still looking for suspects in the barrel avenue shooting as well as the alameda shooting. roosevelt leftwich. >>> a convenience store clerk is shot during an attempted robbery in baltimore county. it happened at 1:40 this morning at the speedy mark on hollins ferry road. when the clerk hesitated, police say the suspect shot him twice. the clerk was treated and release. anyone with informatio
to any baltimore county school. they're holding the name of the other tee in custody until he can face formal charges. >>> what is going on in baltimore city. we had three people killed, seven injured last night. this morning police discovered a man slumped over in the wheel of his car in the 2900 block of west cold spring lane. last night we had two people shot in 2600 block of boone street. someone shot on rutland, south eaton and frank ford. >>> the public is welcome to come out to this hopeception. 15-year-old robert wayne gladden, jr. is accused of shooting a 17-year-old classmate on the first day of school. today a grand jury indicted gladden on 29 counts. the indictment includes nine counts of attempt murder, nine counts of first degree salt. nine counts of reckless endangerment. his classmates are pushing, of course, to get lady gaga to visit daniel. the board of education meeting will be at 7:00 tonight at perry school high school inside the cafeteria. >>> friends and family are remembering special warfare officer patrick feeks. he died during a firefighter in afghanistan. his
and temperatures around 80 degrees. over to you. >>> it was a fast moving fire as the sunset on baltimore on sunday. a man did everything he could to try to save a life of his neighbor but he couldn't get to her in time. sherrie johnson is here and with baltimore city if you know anything about the fire department they will give you a smoke detector for free and install it for you. do you know if the house had one. >> reporter: weg, this morning that investigation continues into the fire. for fighters and arson detectors are trying to determine what caused it and whether the smock alarms were working at the time. the fire started around 6:30 on sunday night. firefighters respond to the 2200 block of east north avenue and found heavy fire and thick smoke once they arrived. one man who tried to rescue his elderly neighbor may have a fractured leg. once fire crews went inside the home they found a woman dead of smoke inhalation and burns. >> we learned it was an 88-year- old woman. does live with other relatives in the home but no one else was in the house at the time. >> reporter: so far no word on w
. tonight police are asking anywith information to call metro crime stoppers. >>> baltimore city will honor a fallen officer on friday. officer forest taylor died last woke from injuries he suffered from a car crash in february. he was critically injured on february 18. officer taylor's cruiser was hit by another car as he was responding to an emergency call. police said taylor had been in the hospital for weeks and was recovering but died from complications that he received from that crash. >> these men and women back up the quality of service with their lives. we see how in this case just responding to a semple call for help, officer taylor put his life before that of another and unfortunately lost that. >> in a statement, interim commissioner anthony batts emergencied the department's support for the family. services will be thursday on north charles street. taylor is survived by his wife and two children. >>> well, we told you last night -- we got the latest on those three chocolate lab puppies stolen from the owner's yard. an anonymous donor has doubled the row ward. gary sullivan call
was at a party at her aunt's in northeast baltimore on saturday. two cars sped by as she was talking to her aunt and at least 100 yards away from them -- >> we heard the gunshots. >> they both dropped to the ground. but then she realized her niece has been struck in the chest. >> call 911. >> reporter: rescue crews took her to the hospital, but she did not survive. >> we didn't think she was going to leave us. but she left us and we miss her daily. >> reporter: a life cut short by a stray bullet. >> i came to her for everything. she was like my big sister to go to. >> reporter: family members are planning a funeral and are hoping police won't need witnesses or a long investigation to solve this case. they want the gunman to himself in. >> his conssurance means something to him -- his conscience means something to him, and that there be justice for her. >> if you have any information you're asked to call metro crime stoppers. christian schaffer abc2news. >> you can help on this one too. >>> were you around route 1 just north of the hick ray bypass about 730 tonight, a woman was hit by a car and t
every month. >> baltimore is rocking it. >> reporter: in the last year harris said home sales for the month of july jumped by $10 million here. the average price of a home in baltimore jumped $28,000. >> this is good news, believe it or not. this is the only category that we've seen less percentage wise because the market has gone up. we're seeing a steady increase in buyers. less houses available for small in baltimore city. >> reporter: harris said many people who were under water are sitting on them or rnting them. it's creating this new shortage on the market. >> we've noticed a small adjustment in prices, multiple contracts on properties. we're seeing it from the brokerage side as well. >> reporter: they are further signs that housing could be slowly rebounding, making it a seller's market in the process. in baltimore, jeff hager, abc2 news. >> according to the maryland association of realtors, home prices neared the national increase of 3.8% since july of last year. >>> the nation's debt continues to grow. it has now topped $16 trillion, which is about $60,000 of debt pe
baltimore city streets. we will hear from fans and their excitement following the second grand prix race. those stories straight ahead on this monday september 3rd. good morning i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle. happy labor day. hopefully you are up early and you have the day off. if you do, you want to know how the weather is going to be. >> lynette is standing by with a look at the forecast you did good this weekend. >> i tried. we have a few showers but for the most part the weekend was on the dry side. maryland's most powerful radar and on this labor day we are seeing a few showers work their way into the picture especially around cecil county this morning. elkton you can see along i-95 around port deposit. all this is going to move off towards the north and east but you could see another round going into the morning and the afternoon so scattered showers off and on throughout the day. we will see plenty of cloud around for today as well. right now, the temperatures in middletown 71 degrees. 75 in edgewater and northville coming in at 71. temperatures have been held up bec
everhart. >>> a nice day to stay in or catch a movie. flash flood warning for baltimore city, baltimore county for a specific down pour over the towson area reaching into the northern part of the county. there will be some ponding of water from the down pour. more tropical moisture feeding into this whole system and will arrive over the next several days. your question, will it be a whrashout? the next several days, we think so. the rest of the evening, more showers and storms and more humid conditions. boy, this is muggy. more on how things will develop is coming up. >> remember, you can check the forecast on the road. just head to abc2news.com/weather. you can learn how top down load our -- to download our weather app and get the storm shield app. >>> well, the baltimore grand prix is over. now comes the big cleanup. crews are working to get ready for tomorrow. they started breaking down the race track last night. all major streets around the two-mile tracker expected to be open by 5 tomorrow morning. grand prix officials said sharp street will be closed. this is the second year the g
. >> the orioles are now tied with the yankees for first place. get excited, baltimore. >> an apple a day could keep the doctor away. >>> we begin tonight with the latest on last week's school shooting in baltimore county. >> we are getting our first look inside the cafeteria where a perry hall high school fired a gun injuring a student. >> we learned that the principal will get some feedback from the man who led the school in puddocka kentucky back in 1997. parents help this process of evaluating the shooting shooting and working toward preventing another one. >> this comes back to a metal detector or that type of thing. >> reporter: it's the parent's turn to come to school after robert gladden critically injured 17-year-old daniel berroie. >> we're looking at that because to move more staff into the cafeteria means we're taking the teacher from the second floor bathroom. >> reporter: the prisple describe -- the principal described the security as we got a first look inside the cafeteria where the shooting happened. we saw cameras near the vending machine where guidance counselor gesy glossmer
. >>> search is on for a baltimore county teenager who mixed chemicals in his home and caused a hazmat incident in parkville. linda so is live at county police headquarters where they are looking for the teenager. >>> police are testing the chemical to determine what it was. they are saying that it was not bomb making material. police are hazmat crews were called to park view. the person living there called 911 after he smelled a odor from the basement. he found his nephew and his friend mixing chemicals, they sold it to people to get high. >> i smell the worst smell i ever smelled in my life. i felt light headed, i thought i was going to pass out and maybe throw up. >> reporter: the teen's uncle says he had to call 911 911 earlier in the day when he saw a message from his nephew about attacking a high school. >>> one man died in a shooting on bail avenue before noon. police didn't release the conditions of the six people shot. >>> 28 year old woman hit by a car and the driver kept on going. police are trying to find that person who was behind the wheel of a sky blue car around 7:30, north of
year it jumped 3.8%. baltimore the average price of a home climbed $28,000 since july and real estate agents report multiple pied -- bids on what's becoming a seller's market again. >> we're seeing not much inventory. hardly any selection and the good houses that are priced right, staged well, look great, they're going. >> real estate agents said pinned up demand and homes undee current shortage. >> whether the housing market, political conviction or crime, katie couric will be covering it all. katie premieres this coming monday. it will air every day at 4:00. we'll have more on what you can expect throughout the rest of the week. you can also head to abc2news.com/katie for a sneak peek at the show. >>> they are tide for the top -- tied for the top spot in the division. orioles fever. speaking of the ravens. it's nearly time to kick off the season. how the ravens are preparing. >> we'll talk about the orioles and ravens forecast. 91 at bwi. just one degree off. no winner. mighty leslie churning in the waters of the atlantic. what will left of isaac. we've got the tropics coming up. an
's the best approach to baltimore city. as we go outside, how about it? looking pretty good. we'll show you drive times and they look like this, pretty easy commute, 695 at harford road, that's looking really good as well across the area. and, again, 83 southbound from maryland/pennsylvania line to 695, that's a 22-minute ride and 695 outer loop from 795 to 95, that should take you 11 minutes. megan. >>> the baltimore orioles are in first place in the a.l. east and it's september. after all those years, you've probably lost hope, but now it can be restored. we have not seen this since 1997. charley is live down at camden yards. and, charley, those o's tickets have never been so hard to come by until now, right? >>reporter: you know, megan, when you talk about major league baseball, the season is long, it's 162 games and no sport is based more on numbers than baseball. and we're not going to bore you with those numbers, the inside stuff. we're going to talk to you about ticket prices this morning. i just did a check here on my smart phone, the stubhub prices, standing-room-only tickets at
this morning we're going to be talking live with a former "baltimore sun" reporter who's now in chi rhee. her name is -- cairo. her name is nancy and she's been following the crisis in libya very closely and going to give us inside perspective about the consulate as well as the attack on the embassy. >>> remember that it quickly became a household word that made us cringe. now the company is making up and filing their defamation lawsuit. beef products inc.. they are filing the suit today in the wake of the publicity storm over the meat product. grocery stores pulled the meat with the filler off the shelves and some schools stopped serving it. beef products say the bad publicity forced them to close plants and let hundreds of workers go. >>> we're back on track for the worst ever season when it comes to west nile virus in decades. the second person has died because of west nile virus here in our state. and right now, maryland health officials are stepping up their efforts to stop the spread of it because mosquitoes carry it. this morning abc2 news linda so is live in millford mills this mornin
. good morning. >>> good morning, everybody. baltimore city, we will take you to first, we are dealing with an issue, accident tying things up, south washington street. be aware of. that our speed indicaters, 5-10 is miles per hour. it's a slow crawl around the issue. honey go boulevard, silver spring road, speed sensor picking up a shade under 30 miles per hour. issues upper coast, 30 dover, accident because of debris. debris north and west of town this morning. we will look and show you what the situation is. this is looking out towards pretty clear roads. 695, picking up volume as you look towards the west. things are looking normal thus far. another check on traffic coming up. >>> a memoir is going to hit store shelves today. no easy day, a former seal is speaking out about what he says happened. last week it was number one in presales on amazon.com. sherrie johnson is here with more on the story, safe bet to say, military is going to be taking a look at this, making sure no classified information is inside. >> the military is very much posed to the book. -- opposed to the book. th
in july, baltimore county police reported a homicide in that restaurant's parking lot. neighbors in the parkville community say the bar is a constant nuisance and they have writent to councilmen but they have never heard back. police say there's no suspect right now regarding the weekend incident. >>> today a memorial service will be held to honor a local navy seal killed in afghanistan. patrick died last month when his helicopter went down. this happened during a fightwith insurgents. his body will leave the dover air fos base that happens this morning at 8 this morning. and there will be a procession that will end at the george p calis funeral home in edgewater. the body is expected to arrive around 10 this morning. a viewing will be held for him who live in edgewater from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 tuesday night. the funeral is 12:45 on wednesday at fort meyer memorial chapel next to arlington national cemetery where he will be buried at the cemetery after. >>> consumer news. midwest drought is hitting all crops including popcorn. retail prices haveium ped from 20 dal -- jumped from 20
gladden. >>> police evacuated a neighborhood in baltimore county after a hazmat scare. today two teens face chargings of concocting drugs for huffing in the basement on regally oak -- ridgely oak road. police arrested 19-year-old justin trionfo. today his mother told abc2 news that his arrest came as welcome news. she said her son and a friend were mixing engine starter fluid with water in bottles for huffing. it prompted and evacuation. >> i was upstairs and didn't smell it until i came down. i'm so sorry, though to all the neighbors about what happened and what took place, but he has been arrested and his friend. >> carol ready as also been charged with allegedly concocting the mixture. trionfo's mother said he posted a message on facebook saying he wouldn'ted to shoot up the school. >>> well, we had a deadly holiday weekend, didn't we? three killed, four shot over the last 12 hours. it started with a double shooting that left one dead but ended about 7:30 this morning when police found a man slummed over the we will -- slumped over the wheel of his car. homicide detectives are still
. no lightning detected. there could be thunder from the cell as it drifts through baltimore city. another storm east of edgemere. no lightning just yet. chance of storms producing lightning is there. here's the forecast hour-by-hour. 76 degrees. humidity 73. chance of a shower. wake up to showers tomorrow morning at 71. we have an ugly forecast to share coming up. > >>> let us not forget isaac. those living on the gulf coast will not. isaac, it came as a hurricane. it seems to have done a lot of damage already. many victims are spending another day with no electricity and tropical temperatures. they are wondering when the weather will go away. >> reporter: remnants of hurricane isaac were strong enough to spawn tornadoes in arkansas saturday. isaac is gone. hurricane left behind a trial by water. >> we are getting ready to get washed -- washed away. this is the result of plaquemines parish. whole neighborhoods swamped by currents. the only way to go home is by boat. they are keeping a nervous eye north of new orleans . on saturday residents were told to evacuate quickly over fears it would r
of baltimore city sunday. a man was trying to save his neighbor from a home doing all he could just didn't make it. >> abc2 news sherrie johnson is here with more on the deadlyfire and do authorities know anything about this or is this investigation going on for a while. >> reporter: firefighters and arson detectives are trying to figure out how the fire started and whether the smock alarms were working at the time. the fire broke out just after 6:30 on sunday night. firefighters raced to the 2200 block of east north avenue in the city's broadway east neighborhood. crews found heavy fire and thick smoke in that row home. neighbors went into action. one man who tried to rescue his elderly neighbor may have a fractured leg. now once inside, crews found an 88-year-old woman dead of smoke inhalation and burns. >> we learned that this was an 88-year-old woman. does live with other relatives in the home but no one else was in the house at the time. >> reporter: so far no word on exactly what caused the fire at 33 firefighters fought the one alarm fire and it was contained to the row home and the woma
it by the end of the week. >>> katie premiers in baltimore right here on abc2 beginning september 10th every day at 4. followed by the news. >> that's at 5 with jamie and kelly and we wyatt and we will send you back to new york but we will have another update in 30 minutes. see you then. ♪ i can't believe it ♪ i am growing every day now, and it... ♪ [ female announcer ] childhood goes by too fast to slow down for sensitive skin, which is why all free clear is free of dyes and perfumes. it's the #1 recommended brand by dermatologists and allergists for sensitive skin. and its active stain lifters help tackle tough dirt and stains. ♪ i won't forget you give us your worst, we'll give it our all. >>> tom cruise facing new allegations about his personal life. just months before he began dating katie holmes, did the church of scientology conduct top secret auditions to find his next wife is this the shocking report from "vanity fair." first, good morning, america. happy labor day to you. do not adjust your sets. do not get concerned. george is off. robin is many mississippi right now with her
vacuuming alone. don't just vacuum clean. resolve clean. >>> good morning. police in baltimore are searching for a teenager, believed to be behind a hazmat situation that forced people out of homes in parkville. >> the teen's uncle says his nephew and friend were mixing chemicals in the basement. police are looking for him. >>> police are looking for a driver involved in a hit and run in bel air. a woman was hit while standing on route 1 north of the hickory bypass. if you have information, call bel air police. >>> time for a check on the weather. >>> good morning, everyone. let's look at the most powerful radar, drying things out this morning, we will see showers and thunderstorms popping up towards the afternoon. grab the rain gear. let's go outside, annapolis, a few breaks in the cloud cover. we will see plenty of clouds throughout the day. the rain from the clouds as well. 86 degrees by 3:00. now a check of the traffic with mike masco. >>> good morning, everybody. to the north central avenue, a crash around madison avenue. speeds reduced due to the incident. south of town, another cras
in baltimore at 77 degrees. we are very humid once again. and this is what it looks like for your hour-by-hour forecast. we will be at 88 degrees. that's the high with some thunderstorms. let's get a check now of the traffic with mike. good morning. >>reporter: good morning, lynette, good morning, everybody. we'll take you right to the boards and show you a lot of tieups on 95 southbound between exits 64 and 67. also starting to see some delays at 795 to 695. that's due to a disabled vehicle early on . outside we go, we'll take a live shot, 695 at bel aire road, things are starting to become mighty congested. megan. >>> before we head off to new york and send you back to "good morning america," we do want to remind you about a programming change. next week starting september 10th, katie couric's new show debuts in baltimore on abc 2. that happens at 4:00, and then abc 2 news at 5:00 and 6:00 follows with jamie kos stelo and kelly swoap. we're going to send you back to new york. we'll have another update in about 30 minutes. hi. yes? you know those delicious granola bunches in honey bu
. "monday night football" in baltimore. ray lewis and the ravens took on the bengals. ravens up 10-3. joe flacco going deep, to anquan boldin. 34-yard touchdown. flacco, two touchdowns. ravens up 17-3. final minute of the third quarter now. andy dalton, no? ed reed with the interception. he now leads the nfl, and passes rod woodson on the return yards as the ravens win. >>> novak djokovic, taking on andy murray, making his fifth appearance at the u.s. open. the tiebreak. this lasted 87 minutes, the longest tiebreak in terms of the u.s. open history. djokovic returned. right to the net. murray up 2-0. djokovic, down 4-2. break point for murray. djokovic, forehand, again into the net. murray, 5-2. one game away from becoming the first player not named federer, nidal or djokovic to win a grand slam. murray serves for a double point. djokovic can't do it. he becomes the first british man to win a grand slam final since 1936. >>> that's your "sportscenter" update. i'm jorge andres. have a great day. >> i will have a great day. >>> back to football. the late monday night game featuring the char
, the baltimore orioles moved into a first-place tie with the bronx bombers. highlights from other games now, from espn. >> good morning. my name todd grisham. this is your "sportscenter" update. the nationals. parker doing his part. a triple. and with that, he becomes the fifth teenager in the live ball era to hit seven triples in a season. well done, bryce. he's been on fire. next batter, ryan zimmerman, grounds to the pitcher. wait. wait. and takes off. and he's going to score. nice hustle. we're tied at 1-1. bottom of the fifth. cubs down 7-2. bases loaded. jayson werth fouls it off. heath clemanger goes to change mitts. porter goes to say werth swang at the 3-0 pitch. benches clear. no punches were thrown. a bunch of guys standing around. exciting stuff. sixth inning, castillo, whoa. the teenager, harper. harper has some words. benches clear again. this time, we got pushing and shoving. i like it. even roger bernadina has to be held back. ejections everywhere. but the nationals win it, 9-2. >>> rangers and royals. we cut right to the nitty-gritty. top of the tenth. game tied at 4-4. michael y
to baltimore. triple digits in dallas and phoenix. and some 70s in the pacific northwest. >>> well, one polish city really went to the dogs this weekend. the 18th annual sausage dog parade, featured a marching band and krakow's favorite pooch, the hot dog. >> wasn't a hot dog. couldn't get bratwurst. just dogs? >> the highlight a costume contest, a dog, a goldfish, and astronaut, a dog as a hot dog in a bun with ketchup and relish, down on the farm dog, jeans and bandanna. the prize as a sausage dog dressed as a mexican with a sombrero. is that politically correct? we'll show it to you. >> exactly. this dates back to 1973. been doing this a while? my girlfriend loves that little hot dog. every time she sees one on the street. loves it. >> i like hot dogs on the street, in the bun. >> from the cart. >> coming up, what katy perry wants more than anything else. >> oh, yeah, the songwriter, launched careers, made movies, and had a generation humming along. stay tuned for a fond remembrance. ♪ forever forever you'll stay in my heart and i will love you ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" brought t
back now. a season of monday night football under way. the baltimore ravens destroying the cincinnati bengals. >> ugly. >> joe flacco, 299 yard, two tds. 44-13, ravens win. late game, closer. in the end the san diego chargers had too much offense for their hosts. the oakland raiders. san diego wins it on the road. 22-1467 2 22-14. >> week two of the "world news now" nfl picks competition. eight teams we didn't feature in week one the see our picks friday morning on facebook, wnnfans.com and make your own. the commissioner, noted the nfl season started last wednesday. giants/cowboys. week one. week one started wednesday. just ended tuesday morning, 1:30 eastern with the game. six days. >> longest nfl week ever. by the way i understand you are wing the nfl. >> me and the nation. >> you and the nation. >> killing it right now. >> go figure. >> yeah. >> coming up, important news for insomniac parents waiting for crying babies to fall asleep at this hour. >> breaks my heart to hear the babies crying. the ominous threat from the heart of terrorist territory, the taliban targeting prince har
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